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      11-05-2009, 06:42 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by chemgeek View Post
You lock in a rate when you order the car. So you can pick which ever financing rate is best for you when you actually purchase the car. So as previously stated, you get either 3.9% or 4.9% with a $2,500 credit. Depending on your lease terms or amount down on a loan, the 4.9% + $2,500 might be a better offer.
Yup, this especially works well when you are going to lease and they change the residuals/MF's when you get your rate locked in but can also take the new ones, whichever are lower. They work to your advantage.
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